In terms of upkeep, an annual service is recommended for stoves, while HETAS encourages homeowners to have their chimney swept at least once a year when burning smokeless fuels, and twice a year when burning wood or house coal. The most important part of maintaining the safety and efficiency of your real fire or stove is the visit from your chimney sweep.
Whether you are moving into a new home with a beautiful feature fireplace, or you are thinking of having a woodburning stove installed, you can look forward to many cosy evenings in front of the fire. However, you might be wondering about the kind of accessories and tools that you need to properly manage your fireplace.
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Mr & Mrs L in a period property near Lewes came to us keen to change the inside of their beautiful natural marble fireplace to something that reduced draughts and gave an output that would heat their large, chilly living room.
Mr & Mrs C of Crowborough visited the showroom looking for a new fireplace feature that would do justice to their brand new house.
Mr ** of Battle came to us looking for a Woodburning stove to be installed into a brick false chimney that had been built at his property.
Mr & Mrs W of Crowborough visited the showroom looking to replace open fires in their living and dining rooms with high output, high efficiency woodburning stoves.
Mr & Mrs K of St Leonards visited the showroom looking to get a contemporary gas fire with a high enough output to heat a large room, and the wow factor that does justice to their contemporary living space.
Mr & Mrs C from Eastbourne came to us needing a solution to their existing fire that was causing them a number of problems.
Mr & Mrs R from Maidstone came to us looking for a feature fireplace in their new house.